iOS app Android app

Joe Driscoll
Joe Driscoll is a consultant to growth companies and turnarounds, providing strategy, marketing, business plans and presentations, with a focus on small businesses. Joe was senior vice president of institutional sales and chairman of the investment committee for Method Investment Advisory, a start up serving large accounting firms. In 2006, Joe led the acquisition of Boston Ship Repair, a struggling company with 450 manufacturing jobs at risk, and working with the executive team built a business plan that doubled revenue, and tripled net income over 24 months. In 2004, Joe was the Democratic Candidate for Pennsylvania's 15th Congressional District. In 1998, Joe joined the O'Neill Group, a large regional real estate redevelopment company with diversified holdings and rose to CFO. Joe began his career as a floor options trader and member of the New York Mercantile Exchange. Joe received his BA from Harvard University, and MBA from Harvard Business School.

Entries by Joe Driscoll

Rand Paul, You Failed Econ 101. Supply, Demand and the Minimum Wage

(38) Comments | Posted February 3, 2014 | 5:37 PM

Econ 101
When you raise the price of something, the supply;
a.) decreases
b.) may stay the same
c.) increases
d.) it depends
e.) Rand Paul is wrong

In his January 28th interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Rand Paul stated that, "If...

Read Post

What to Do With All Those Big Bank Branches?

(8) Comments | Posted November 17, 2013 | 6:52 PM

Have you walked into your local bank branch recently? Probably not. Why would you? But if you did, you would find a large peaceful empty space like a church on Wednesday, and perhaps a few desks along the side with bored "bankers" waiting to make a home loan or set...

Read Post